If an assignee or trustee for the benefit of creditors fails to give new bond, as
directed by the probate court, he must be removed and his letters superseded. The original sureties shall not be released until the assignee or trustee gives
new bond but the original sureties are liable for said assignee or trustee's acts
only from the time of executing the original bond to the filing and approval by the
court of the new bond.
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